Walk in Ireland, Cork/ Kerry Knockowen Cushnaficulla Knockeirky Glenkeel Top Knockeirky South Top Stookeennalackareha, ascent 1125m, length 20.8km
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David-Guenot: Track 2767 in area near Knockowen, Caha Mountains (Ireland)
Length: 20.8km, Creator time taken: 7h18m, Ascent: 1125m,
Descent: 1131m

Places: Start at V78630 53587, Knockowen, Cushnaficulla, Knockeirky, Glenkeel Top, Knockeirky South Top, Stookeennalackareha, end at Start
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A fantastic walk in one of the most remote places I have visited in Ireland until now (did this walk in March 2014). Start at Tim Healy Pass. Easy ascent up Knockowen, Cushnaficulla and Knockeirky (mind the cliffs to the N !!), followed by a trip in the middle of nowhere to reach Glenkeel Top, a fantastic feeling of remoteness and wilderness, with no trace of any human activity around !! Return via the Canshanavoe ridge to the N, then W up Knockowen again and down to Stoockeenalackareha before getting back up to the car via the R574. Stunning views all along, especially from Knockowen and Cushnaficulla, but also from the southern end of Canshanavoe towards Bantry Bay and the Glenlough cliffs. Unforgettable !!

Uploaded on: Sat, 29 Nov 2014 (14:23:40)
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